The Little Prince

Der Kleine Prinz

Le Petit Prince

Малий Прінц

Poland

Lemko - Lemkisch - Lemkovien

(Rusyn, Poland - Russinisch, Polen - Rusyn, Pologne)
Лемківскый (Русиньскый) язык / Lemkivskyj jazyk

Title: Малий Прінц
(Malyj Prints)
Publisher: Lemko Tower - Golem Seryja A
Place: Strzelce Krajeńskie, Poland
Year: 2013
Translator: Petro Krynytskij
ISBN No.: 978-83-936592-0-3

Remarks: Thanks to Oskar.

Малий прінце, я помалы зрозуміл твоє невеселе жытя. Долгій час лем захід сонця был для тебе єдыном приємністю. Дознал єм ся того четвертого дня рано, кєд єс мі повіл: Барз люблю заходы сонця.

Malyj printse, ja pomaly zrozumiù tvoje nevesele zhytja. Doùhij tshas lem zahid sontsja byù dlja tebe jedynom pryjemnistvo. Doznaù jem sja toho tshetvertoho dnja rano, kjed jes mi poviù: Barsh ljublju zahody sontsja.

The Lemkos originally settled in the Лемківщина (Lemkivshtshina) in the south-eastern mountain regions of Poland. They are part of the Rusyn ethnic group living in Ukraine, Slovakia and Poland. As a result of the forcible deportation of Ukrainians from Poland to the Soviet Union after World War II, the majority of Lemkos in Poland were either resettled from their historic homeland to the prеviously German territories in the North-Western region of Poland or to the Ukrainian SSR. Only those Lemkos living the Prešov Region in present-day Slovakia continued to live on their ancestral lands, with the exception of some Lemkos who resettled in their homeland in the late 1950s and afterwards.

For more information please have a look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemkivshchyna and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemko.

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